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Songs, Scots 106
Folk songs, Scots 79
Ballads, Scots 64
Burns, Robert, 1759-1796 26
Songs, English 19
Chapbooks 18
Chapbooks -- Specimens. 18
Chapbooks, Scottish 18
McGill University Library Digitized Title 18
Chapbooks, Scottish -- Specimens. 17
Folk songs, English 15
Songs, Scots -- Texts. 15
Ballads, English 14
McGill Library's Chapbook Collection 13
Poets, Scottish 13
Songs with piano 11
Songs, Scottish 11
English poetry 10
Scottish Gaelic poetry 6
Songs, English -- Scotland -- Texts. 6
Scottish poetry 5
Chapbooks -- Scotland -- Stirling -- 19th century. 4
English ballads and songs 4
Folk music 4
Songs with instrumental ensemble 4
Chapbooks -- Scotland -- Glasgow -- 19th century. 3
Love poetry 3
Paton, George, 1721-1807 3
Songs, Irish 3
Songs, Scots. 3
Variations (Harp) 3
Ballads, Danish 2
Cape Club (Edinburgh, Scotland) 2
Chapbooks -- Scotland -- Glasgow -- 19th century 2
Chapbooks -- Scotland -- Stirling -- 19th century 2
Danish poetry -- Translations into English 2
English poetry -- Translations from Danish 2
Flute music 2
Folk Songs, Scots 2
Folk songs, Scots -- History and criticism 2
Harp music 2
Piano music 2
Scottish poetry -- 19th century. 2
Songs (High voice) with continuo 2
Songs (High voice) with flute 2
Songs with continuo 2
Songs with violin 2
Songs, Danish 2
Title page included in pagination. 2
Variations (Piano) 2
Violin music 2
Ballads, Scottish 1
Cape club, Edinburgh 1
Chapbooks -- Scotland -- Airdrie -- 19th century. 1
Chapbooks -- Scotland -- Kilmarnock -- 19th century. 1
Chapbooks, English 1
Chapbooks, English -- Scotland -- Specimens. 1
Chapbooks, Scottish. 1
Chapbooks. 1
Clarinet music 1
Cornet music 1
Date from BLC online as "1820?" 1
English language 1
Eyton, Joseph Walter King, d. 1872. [from old catalog] 1
First line of Alice Gray: "She's all my fancy painted her." 1
First line of Maggy Lauther: "Wha wou'daa be in love." 1
First line of My mither men't my auld breeks: "My mither men't my auld breeks." 1
First line of Nae luck about the house: "And are ye sure the news are true!" 1
First line of The King's muster: "Little wat ye wha's coming." 1
First line of The pitcher: "It's not yet day, it's not yet day." 1
First line of Up in the morning early: "Cauld blaws the win' frae north to south." 1
First line of Will the Weaver: "Where have you been at your pleasure." 1
First two lines of "The boatie rows": "O weel may the boatie row, And better may she speed." 1
Flute and harpsichord music, Arranged 1
Folk-songs, Scots 1
George IV, King of Great Britain, 1762-1830 1
Humorous songs 1
Jacobites 1
Music 1
National songs 1
Scots language 1
Scots language -- Texts. 1
Scottish literature 1
Scottish literature -- History and criticism 1
Song titled "Bonny Jean" on title page has title above song: "Of a' the airts the wind can blaw." 1
Songs (Medium voice) with instrumental ensemble 1
Songs, Unaccompanied 1
Songs. 1
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